People with maladaptive daydreaming disorder spend countless hours engrossed in vivid, complex daydreams – and many say they can't stop, even though their elaborate fantasy life is destroying their reality.
Including why some people only orgasm in their sleep.
Nothing's happening in my life right now. So why are my dreams suddenly so vibrant and violent?
Silly, scary or strange, these dreams hint at how we're all trying to figure out what the pandemic means to us, the people we love, and the lives we lead.
Turns out porn stars, doctors and bouncers have very different work-related stress dreams.
Everything will be fine when I, like Robyn Rihanna Fenty, am 30.
These stories will haunt you.
"I once had sex with a crescent moon – with the bottom tip of the crescent. I wasn’t sure it was a good idea, but I did it anyway."
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"I won’t get into details, but it becomes a hostage situation. I’ve had that dream for many years, and then it’s realised every night on television." – Conan O'Brien
"In one of them, I masturbated while Newman from 'Seinfeld' watched."
A question for the ages.